Shag it the chosen name of American illustrator Josh Agle (1962- ). I think that his work could be broadly classed as 'Pop Art'. They are celebrations of American cosmopolitanhood of the 1950s and 60s, an era better known as the Mod movement. Shag was born to a Mormon family in Utah and studied accounting at California State University at Long Beach. He began working as a successful commercial illustrator in the 1990s and had his first solo show in 1997. I love the vibrant, pastel colors of his work, and the free-flowing lines and forms rejoicing in the urbane pleasures of a lost, idealized era.
A Kind of Blue (2002, serigraph).
Desert Polynesia (2003, serigraph).
The Effects of Space Radiation On Man-On-The-Moon Marriages. (2002, serigraph).